Harvest Short Film Competition

Website: http://lowerhewoodfarm.org/projects/harvest-short-film-competition-2017/

Harvest Film Festival is hosting the competition of short films on the themes of farming, food and land. A selection of submissions will be showcased at the festival, to be held at Lower Hewood Farm in late October 2017, and will then tour to a venue in London and other venues in the West country in November. They are keen to hear from emerging and established filmmakers using a range of approaches and from any genre including documentary, drama, animation, experimental or artist film. The first prize is £1000 and a week-long residency at Lower Hewood Farm to work on a project of your choice. There are two other prizes of £250 and £100.

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Expires: August 4, 2017


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